The reality of time

Reply Sat 2 Sep, 2017 10:14 pm
Every so often someone attacks all the rest'v us with the assertion that there's something unreal about time. Yet we all know there's a kinda relative relationship 'tween one and 'nother, depending on relative motion. However, this reality is more nearly stark -at least to me-- in the instance where the moving clock approaches c, and appears forever as it progresses through space., Seems to imply some sort of reality
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Reply Sun 3 Sep, 2017 12:59 am
I understand the concept of time ( or the hands of a clock) appearing to slow down as the speed of light is approached. If a camera could ride a beam of light alongside the clock, it would record that the clock's Motion could not Advance faster than the speed of light.
I have the opposite obsevation of the relativity of motion and time. There have been several times when time has totally stopped as I stood motionless in line at
Reply Sun 3 Sep, 2017 11:13 am
Pon thank you for that, you've made my day !
Reply Sun 3 Sep, 2017 04:08 pm
I especially appreciate that because that was my full intention, kind sir.
Reply Sun 3 Sep, 2017 04:09 pm
Pond, any time you'd like to chat I am [email protected]
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